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Something I love to do during the winter is to crochet. It’s like meditation. It requires concentration and willingness to rip out what’s not working. Last winter, I crocheted a hat. It was a slouch hat. And this fall, I lost it. I hope someone is enjoying it.
I had the same yarn so I crocheted another hat after I lost the first one. During the Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend, I left the new hat at a restaurant. When I called, they said the hat wasn’t there (granted they were busy). I started another hat and I had different yarn so by Tuesday, I had a new hat. And good for me, when I called the restaurant the following day, they indeed had found my hat. Bonus! What’s really fun is how different the same pattern looks with two different yarns.
This weekend, I began a large project, a sweater. I hope I will do the pattern justice.
© jone rush macculloch